Lessons in How to Hate from Experts: Nazis, Klan Speak at Schools

Tim Devaney, Washington Times, March 18, 2013

The Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis are making their way onto high school and college campuses across America—but they’re not sneaking in, they’re being invited.

A handful of teachers are allowing these groups into their classrooms in an effort, they say, to expose students to their messages of hate.

It’s a tradition that Worthington Kilbourne High School in Columbus, Ohio, started back in the 1970s for seniors in a class titled “U.S. Political Thought and Radicalism.” The class, which also covers topics such as immigration, environmentalism and abortion, spends a couple of weeks each semester interacting with hate groups, including Topeka, Kan.-based Westboro Baptist Church, the tiny, ardently anti-gay church best known for staging protests at the funerals of American soldiers killed in combat.


“The kids see through their messages,” said David Strausbaugh, who along with Scott DiMauro, teaches the Worthington Kilbourne class. “They know. There’s nobody—nobody—who leaves and says, ‘Boy, we’ve got to join these people.’ That’s why we can bring them in, because we know the kids are going to see them for who they are.”

The Ohio school is not alone. Across the country, other schools also are organizing classes to give students a taste of the message purveyed by hate groups. At Portland State University in Oregon, sociology professor Randy Blazak said he brings in neo-Nazis to talk with his students about the role of extremism in society.

“It’s a good idea to know what’s out there,” Mr. Blazak said. “They’re not monsters. They’re human beings, wrestling with their own issues.”


Despite the hateful messages and ideologies, teachers say their students benefit by hearing directly from these groups. School officials say such classes can teach students critical thinking skills and encourage them to stand up for their beliefs. The classes rank among the most popular with students, who pack classrooms to hear them.


But some students acknowledged being upset when confronting such hateful messages and ideologies in a setting as intimate as a classroom. It’s not uncommon for some students to feel intimidated by these hate groups, particularly minority students who believe they are being discriminated against.


The Ohio school has also invited John Taylor Bowles, a lobbyist for the American Nazi Party, to speak with students several times over the last few years, although he is not on the schedule for the current school year.

On his neo-Nazi blog, Mr. Bowles brags about speaking to an Ohio school, where his message was “well-received” and that some students “even expressed support for the American Nazi Party.”

“Students came up and shook my hand at the end of the class,” Mr. Bowles wrote. “This was the first time in four years that this happened!!!”

Mr. Bowles tried to hide the name of the school and declined to comment, but Mr. Strausbaugh confirmed he spoke to his class at Worthington Kilbourne. He said Mr. Bowles talked to the students about “race wars,” and tried to convince them that America would be at peace if white people would move to the North, black people would move to the South, Jewish people would move to Long Island, and Hispanic people would move to the Southwest.

Mr. Strausbaugh said the KKK has also spoken to students at his school in the past, but that was before he began teaching the class.

The hate groups are usually on their “best behavior” when they visit the classrooms, Mr. Strausbaugh said, because they want to “impress the kids.”

“They’re very subtle,” he said. “They’ll say, ‘We don’t hate black people, we just love white people.’ It doesn’t take a genius to figure out what they’re really saying.”

Mr. Blazak acknowledged that inviting hate groups into the classroom could make them appear more plausible and moderate to the students they meet.

“The risk is that they become more legitimate if we give them an audience,” he said. “They are such an outlier, but without the back story, teenagers may see them as just another legitimate political party.”

To prepare his class before the presentations, Mr. Blazak spends nine weeks teaching about the history and beliefs of these hate groups before he brings them into speak to his students.

But no matter how much time Mr. Blazak spends preparing his class to hear from these extremists, he warned that a small number of students still may be drawn to their messages of hate.

“The majority of students will reject them,” he said, “but there will always be that one student who feels alienated and may think that group is a way to give them a sense of power.”

Mr. Strausbaugh said he monitors students throughout the semester to make sure this doesn’t happen.



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  • Oh please. I’ll bet that one out of every ten klansmen is an undercover FBI agent.

    • Bill

      I’d say the percentages were reversed, actually. 90% informants, 10% actual Klan.

      • The__Bobster

        It’s at least 50/50. And it’s the FBI agents that encourage the others to break the law.

    • sbuffalonative

      You know these are ADL and SPLC actors because, if these were real KKK and Nazis, they wouldn’t be allowed anywhere near the school.

    • paul

      ARE there ten Klansmen?

  • Ralph

    Glad to see people who have many of the same positions of many of us getting into the classrooms.

    Stoping the genocide of Whites and furthering our interests is not something to hide. It is the moral high ground.

    Frankly, I don’t care which stripe of conscious Whites get in to the classrooms. I may not agree with all of their positions, but I do think we will all agree that White interests are first and foremost.

    • ncpride

      They could really use this to their advantage if they just stick to the facts and the many talking points you see here.

  • JohnEngelman

    Representatives of the American Nazi Party, the Klu Klux Klan, and the Westboro Baptist Church are invited to these gatherings because their views are easy to refute.

    Jared Taylor and Henry Wolff are not invited because their arguments are fact based, and compelling.

    • Mogibs medats

      Where is Jeremiah Wright’s invite?

      • JohnEngelman

        It got lost in the mail. Maybe the dog ate it.

    • zimriel

      There’s a great opportunity for some folk to print out RadishMag’s issues and pass them about the floor . . .

    • fakeemail

      I dunno, whenever I caught the Klan on Jerry Springer back in the day, I found myself strangely moved by their arguments.

      • R.J Martin


    • a multiracial individual

      Jared Taylor has essentially been black balled from TV simply because he is too composed for them. I imagine more than a few TV execs yelled at their staff for interviewing Mr. Taylor. They also told them that he is never to be invited back.

      • JohnEngelman

        When I listened to Jared Taylor’s video “Race Differences in Intelligence” I was almost surprised that it was legal to present facts so obviously true, and so dangerous to the official orthodoxy.


        White racial equalitarians are appallingly hypocritical. They advocate forced school busing. Then they send their children to private schools or affluent and predominantly white public schools. In each of these environments the school body is less than five percent black. Most of the black students are the children of professionals.

        They advocate “a dialogue on race,” and do everything to suppress an honest dialogue. In any real dialogue Jared Taylor and Charles Murray should be allowed to take part.

    • Andy

      Have you ever seen the Westboro Baptist Church arguing with liberals? The WBC would be easy to refute if their opponents had something to say besides “I’m gay… how can you hate me?” and “But the Bible is old!”

      • JohnEngelman

        The Westboro Baptist Church has built a theology on hatred of homosexuals. I could probably put all of the verses in the Bible that condemn homosexuality on a single computer screen. Passages that recommend concern for the poor could fill a small book.

        • Alexandra

          I understand that that church is made up of a huge family (or two) and that they make their money off lawsuits.
          Instead of parading around declaring God hates gays, they should present the gospel message and let them decide whether or not to accept it.
          People like that make actual Baptists look bad. I identify with independent fundamental Baptist myself. My church is interested in service and getting the Gospel out to people, not running around saying God hates them for whatever sins they’re committing.
          BTW…I believe Fred Phelps is a Democrat…figure that one out!

          • PesachPatriot

            I have always thought fred phelps was a closeted homosexual myself…your average straight guy tries to not think about it that often unless he is flipping channels and sees it on glee by accident….anyone who makes a career out of getting upset about it probably likes watching judy garland movies at home behind closed doors….I also have a serious issue with anyone who runs down america’s military heros who died so he could enjoy his first amendment right to make stupid statements on a weekly basis.

            I don’t personally approve of homosexuality even though its probably genetic and not really a choice, but I think they should have the right to get married if they want to….this whole country seems to be over run with moral busybodies from both the left and right who want to run everyone else’s lives….oh my god he kissed a dude, she enjoyed a leafy green plant after work in the privacy of her own home….my neighbor who likes to go hunting on the weekends is a potential school shooter, someone over there is enjoying too large a soda and non-locally sourced meat product between two pieces of carb laden bread….it never ends….this country is huge so everyone needs to spread out and live in the place where their lifestyle choices go with the culture and state laws.

          • Daisy

            I like the term ‘moral busybodies.’ Being nosy is bad enough; moral nosiness becomes in and of itself an issue of morality.

          • PesachPatriot

            I’m glad you like my term there….please feel free to use it frequently when moral busybodies are begging to be called out for their budding totalitarianism….I think its human nature to be nosy, but there is a big difference between wondering what your neighbor is doing and wanting to constantly pass laws to control their private consensual behavior….I know we have rattled verbal sabers a few times here but I think you’re ok….hope you had an excellent st. patrick’s day

          • saxonsun

            God sure made a lot of gay folks. That’s not hate.

          • Shattered

            God made a lot of folks. That’s not hate.

            ^ I fixed it for you.

          • saxonsun

            No, you ruined it.

          • Morris LeChat

            God doesn’t make people gay. It is something happens in the development of the child. Some people have a compulsion to be drunk all the time. That has definitely been tied to genetics. Does this mean that they should just go with it? The gay lifestyle is more damaging than alcoholism. It damages a person emotionally, mentally, spiritually, and physically. The “happy” homosexuals, are the one’s who rarely if ever engage in it. The frequency of the act, and the degree to which the person is “in the lifestyle” and subculture is directly proportional to the amount of mental illness, substance abuse, violence against other gays and feelings and attempts at suicide. It is an absolute disaster for an individual.

      • saxonsun

        Stop. Anyone supporting this filth “church” is not mentally normal.

  • WmarkW

    Jared Taylor vs. Louis Farrakhan
    That’ll show what hate is.

    • AutomaticSlim

      As much as I disagree with Farrakhan on certain issues, I have to say he is probably one of the best leaders the blacks have.
      He tells them:

      1) Don’t take welfare
      2) Don’t listen to vulgar rap music
      3) Speak proper English
      4) Stay away from White areas

      5) Stay away from White females
      6) Push for their own separate country

      On those points, I have to say, I agree with him 100%.

      Now, he has some insane beliefs regarding the history of blacks and Whites, but if we gave him wish number 6 and we were rid of them, who cares what they would teach and believe?

      • Maybe one day, his message will take. Because most of what they’re doing now is the total opposite of all six points.

      • Katherine McChesney

        NOI is a male dominated ‘society’. Women are submissive.

        • AutomaticSlim

          As long as it is not White females, do you really care?

          Also, in general, society worked much better when males and females had well defined roles. Tradition isn’t always a bad thing, despite what the lefty American media will try to tell you.

      • Michael_C_Scott

        “Push for their own separate country.”

        Sorry; they already have about 40 of those in sub-Saharan Africa.

        • zimriel

          No, they just have Liberia. Seriously.

          For that community, the US was a melting point of pretty much all the Bantu tribes, with some whites and Cherokee thrown in. When blacks “went back”, they couldn’t assimilate to any of the local African tribes, so they ended up becoming a new one.

          • Bad_Mr_Frosty

            With an average IQ or 85 compared to 70 for the natives, they could rule their old homelands. Of course, it’s better to be a parasite in White countries than a king in black countries.

          • Michael_C_Scott

            Given the way European “tribes” have moved around Europe and mixed with each other over the ages, I am unconvinced.

  • Bill

    So…….he spends NINE WEEKS prior to the appearance of one of these speakers indoctrinating the kids to hate the man and the message. I’m sure, when the event does take place, the prof will moderate the event and attack when warranted. And finally, just to be sure nobody sees any logic in the speaker’s position, the prof will then monitor (spy on) the students for some time to make sure NOBODY gives any credence to the message or thinks about it. Gulags anybody? Siberia? “Re-education” camps of Laos and China anybody?

    • Andy

      I wonder what he’s paid to teach. A quarter of the year?!

  • AutomaticSlim

    Why don’t these colleges invite the families of White victims of violent black crime to come speak?

    Of course that would never happen.

  • Hal K

    This could definitely backfire, assuming that these guys aren’t informants.

    • sbuffalonative

      Agents of the ADL and SPLC. You can count on it.

      • Hal K

        If the purpose is to turn the children off to white advocacy, why would these guys go along with it unless they were informants? There is a bit of a conundrum here.

        • Andy

          I don’t know. I don’t think they’d say things like “we don’t hate black people” if they were fakes. They want kids to think that anyone who’s not an egalitarian is just mean, hateful, and stupid.

      • Katherine McChesney

        I thought the SPLC listed the ADL as a hate group.

        • Both SPLC and ADL criticize the JDL. However, the SPLC and ADL are direct competitors with each other competing in what I call the “Paranoia-Industrial Complex.” They compete for the same dollars from the same donors, such that it’s a zero sum game. Publicly, the ADL never bashes the SPLC and vice versa, (and on rare occasion, they have joint projects), but privately, you know that Abraham Foxman curses Morris Dees, and vice versa.

  • The__Bobster

    I’m betting most of these “haters” are actors like the ones that used to appear on “Springer” and the “Howard Stern Show”. I’ve never seen a real Klansman in my life.

    • Daisy

      My immediate reaction also. I’d like to know if the NAACP is invited along with their white victims’ families to debate. That would actually be useful.

    • Pensive

      John Taylor Bowles is fake? Probably real Klan. The real ones embarrass themselves sometimes. Jared Taylor should have gone. It’s tough to pass unbiased facts off as “hate.”

  • WmarkW

    So how do we start “AmRen in Schools?”

  • NorthernWind

    Are these FBI undercover Nazis and KKK members or are they actually real? Either way it’s a farce. Invite Jared Taylor instead of some clowns, if you dare. I suspect that it will never happen though because Mr. Taylor can present good arguments and isn’t a hater.

  • sbuffalonative

    “The kids see through their messages,”
    That will all depend on who is giving the message.
    I can imagine actors paid by the ADL and the SPLC to deliver truly hateful, racists rants, turning off many students.
    Had AR and Mr. Taylor been invited (I wonder why they’re not on the list of invitees) the kids would get an objective lecture on race.
    Kids, don’t believe they are who they say they are and don’t believe what they say.

  • Tom Iron

    Nothing these klansman have to say will have any effect. All these White listeners will have to learn the way we did, from observation and experience. The better White people will learn and the ones who aren’t up to standard will never learn.

    • Felix_M

      The better White people will learn and the ones who aren’t up to standard will never learn.

      And hopefully those not up to standard won’t be passing on their genes.

  • Amused

    Lets just go with the idea that, like a bell curve, the majority of these kids are average/bright enough. Given time & exposure, they will figure things out & separate the truth from the agit/prop. As my son told me, there are certain restrooms @ school that white kids dont go into, that is, if they want to leave it with their cellphones and money, and without bruises & bloody noses.

    • zimriel

      First they have to be untaught, though. Lots of smart young people think that the Right is “uncool”. And not even this side of the Right, but *all* of it. If being “cool” is at stake, they don’t care about the facts.

  • Chris

    Do they hear from The Nation of Islam or the Black Panther party?

  • zone

    Were he still alive they probably would not have invited George Lincoln Rockwell either.

  • Conrad

    The people invited to these schools could make a video presentation of many of the hate laced speeches made by the Black Panthers & other anti-white groups. This way they would be able to address the realities of what the students already know.

  • Diamond_Lil

    The Latino gangbangers at the school I work at are completely enamored with Hitler and Nazis. This strategy will backfire in SoCal.

    • PesachPatriot

      Thats kind of odd…I don’t recall hitler having much to say about hispanics one way or the other….its probably the typical teenage male fascination with scary hats, flags and uniforms, cool looking tanks and airplanes as well as brutal, horrific violence….I wonder if there is an old black and white picture of hispanic landscapers cleaning up the brandenburg gate somewhere.

      • Daisy

        Actually Pesach I’ve noticed among hispanics and have heard from jewish people directly that many aren’t exactly blind to the fact that jews inhabit privelege disproportionately,

        • PesachPatriot

          I actually like and get along fairly well with hispanics in general. I hate to disappoint you but I don’t have any special privileges in this country on account of being circumcised or knowing how to speak some bronze age dialect…even in boca raton there is no jews only parking spaces….what is your deal with privilege? some people in this country are richer than others, it is what is….I don’t live in some mansion counting diamonds,gold bars and hundred dollar bills all day, although that would be fun and enjoyable. You know who the richest person in the world is? The person who is content and happy with their lot in life…

          • Daisy

            In this case I was just reporting what I’ve observed in hispanics as I’ve recently worked with many, that’s all.

          • PesachPatriot

            Oh ok…I wasn’t trying to start a flame war or anything….it just seems like you have this constant focus on who has privilege in this country and who doesn’t….i’ll make it simple….one per centers on wall street, hollywood and dc have privilege….everyone else, even successful people making 250K are pretty much just peasants and tax serfs.

          • Daisy

            So much for not wanting to ‘flame.’ Don’t agree with you that jewish people aren’t the wealthiest and most economically priveleged group in the US, but do concur with the last sentence.

          • PesachPatriot

            Have you ever seen the old ellis island pictures of what the jews from eastern europe came off the boats with?…the clothes on their backs and maybe a suitcase….no one just gave us good jobs, nice houses and cars because we asked nicely and people felt badly for us….doctors go to med school, lawyers go to law school, financial industry types go to business school….our success comes from learning to speak english properly, behaving and paying attention in school, working hard and looking out for and helping each other, not from bronze age magic powers….

            I just don’t get hung up on status, money, stuff like that in general, no one takes it with them when they take the final dirt nap anyway….plenty of rich people are amoral jerks and plenty of poor people are kind and wonderful….the reverse is also true sometimes. I have always said the poor have one luxury the rich can never buy…they know who their real friends are….everyone wants to be the billionaire’s friend….the guy who lives in a trailer park with $35 and a six pack to his name will know his friends like him for his personality, not his wallet. I apologize for firing back with both barrels, I thought you were flaming me first…

          • robinbishop34

            You know who the richest person in the world is?

            Montgomery Burns?

          • PesachPatriot

            I base my life on the teachings of C. Montgomery Burns…he is one of my favorite simpsons characters

          • robinbishop34


          • IstvanIN


          • sbuffalonative

            He could certainly give these whipper-snappers a good talking-to on the skulduggery of these insolent upstarts.

          • Diamond_Lil

            You may get along with Latinos, but they despise you, quietly.

      • robinbishop34

        Those were probably captured Polish soldiers doing that.

      • Diamond_Lil

        The Latinos I refer to are the “cartel generation.” Nothing “typical” about them. They revel in the beheading websites and brag about it in graphic detail. They even wanted to show me. They told me how cool it was. One was a man burned alive, another slowly beheaded. They retold in graphic detail about both men’s last bodily movements. They had it available for me to see. I said no thanks I’m not a sociopath. One student told me that he loves the part about what they did to the Jews. I said, “even the children.?” He said, “Hell, yes.” The gangbangers and the black student were Seig heiling at the end of the class. This is our future, if we don’t do something about it.

        • PesachPatriot

          wow…that sounds pretty bad….I like some pretty graphic scary movies(Jason,Freddy and Pinhead mostly) but there is nothing cool or admirable about real life atrocities whether in bergen belsen or the bordertowns of texas and arizona…in a real fourth reich those kids would be the first ones on the cattle cars.

          • Diamond_Lil

            Of course they would be the first ones on the cattle cars. But they just see the torture and death, just like the cartel videos they are so fond of watching.

          • PesachPatriot

            Have you ever asked them what they think their role would be in a world where hitler had won WWII….i somehow doubt the Waffen SS, the Wehrmacht or the Luftwaffe would have much use for them as anything other than ukrainian fertilizer or pulling the grills out of the mouths of their charred corpses….do they still remember who patton and eisenhower are two months after the test?

            I know the american public school system has some serious problems but i hadn’t imagined it had gotten this bad….I wish I had the money to send those kids to Israel….they can run their mouths over there and find out the Israelis aren’t the doctors, lawyers and accountants who make easy mugging victims here in the states. I am curious as to their thoughts when you teach about america’s unpleasantness between the states.

          • IstvanIN

            These “people’ are not civilized, barely human, incapable of empathy, and will cause us even more harm than they do now.

        • Bad_Mr_Frosty
        • jeffaral

          This fascination with crude violence is present in all Catholic countries south of the Rio Grande.

  • paul

    ‘ There’s nobody—nobody—who leaves and says, ‘Boy, we’ve got to join these people’

    I bet they would not be inviting George Lincoln Rockwell. His speeches at schools converted many.

  • Michael_C_Scott

    I wonder which out-of-work Hollywood extras and FBI agents are brought in to play the “bad guys” in this charade?

  • Wayne

    It is amazing to watch the left, propelled by the msm and academia, change our language before our very eyes. “Hate” is being slowly redefined to mean any resistance at all to diversity, tolerance, multiculturalism, and sodomy.
    Hate is a normal sentiment that Nature has wired us with for a purpose, like love, revenge, and sympathy. Some things should be hated by moral people in a sane society. The left is not against hate at all,they just want virtue itself to be hated.

  • libertarian 1234

    “Lessons in How to Hate from Experts: Nazis, Klan Speak at Schools,”
    They’re sorely lacking in examples of hate if those above groups are the only ones who are speaking.
    They’d get a much better example from the SPLC, the ADL, the Black Panthers, MSNBC, CNN, George Soros, Harvey Weinstein and all the Hollywood hate-mongers, plus Huffpo, the Daily Kos, etc.
    Without those groups and people their efforts are pitifully inadequate.

    • zimriel

      If the teachable theme is “hate” – an emotion-directed appeal for political aims – then first they have to be taught how to spot it. It can start with Goebbels and some of the more purple passages from “Why The Solid South?”, yes [google that last book, btw – it rates at least 8 shatners out of 10]. But then it can move on to the shrill political Left.

  • From Wiki:

    As of the census of 2010, there were 13,575 people, 5,691 households, and 3,874 families residing in the city. The population density was 2,445.9 inhabitants per square mile (944.4 /km2). There were 5,940 housing units at an average density of 1,070.3 per square mile (413.2 /km2). The racial makeup of the city was 93.0% White, 2.2% African American, 2.3% Asian, 0.5% from other races, and 2.0% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.7% of the population.

  • Daisy

    What if the whole thing is just a disinformation tactic set up by the school’s Diversity-mongers themselves?

  • freddy_hills

    I’m sure the teachers carefully screen the speakers to ensure their students come away with the preferred impression.

  • LHathaway

    If they need to ‘invite in hate’. They need look no further than the local university. The entire thing, no doubt, specializes in hating whites and the west. It’s the civil, educated face of hate.

  • LHathaway

    Actually, they’ve changed hate into a noun quite effectively. I think it’s normally used as a noun. Without re-reading, I assume it’s used as a noun throughout this article. I don’t think the word hate is originally a noun. The implication, I would gather, is that ‘hate’ is white. Even loving whites is now considered hate. Even caring for whites a little bit is no doubt ‘hate’. At Portland State University, where they are no doubt fighting against hate, there are black student groups on campus, no doubt, where all they are doing promoting love for blacks. There are no white student groups on campus because that would be promoting hate.

  • Andy

    They must have some convincing things to say if it takes nine months to disprove! But really, “monitoring” students? That’s infuriating. It is not the public schools’ job to be monitoring students’ ideas.

  • rebelcelt

    Every liberal group is a hate group.

  • CrowBoi1977

    Why is it only the most extreme Far-Right types are invited?

    What about someone from The Council of Conservative Citizens, or Matt Heimbach from the Towson White Student Union, or Dr. David Duke or even Pat Buchanan???

    This class is about setting up a strawman and then easily knocking it down.

  • I spoke to this class in 2009. The students are to write a review of the speaker and later they sent the comments to me. I still keep them. Many were awakened and the one’s who disagreed agreed that I had to right to express my views.

  • LHathaway

    “I spoke to this class in 2009” Preston Wiginton

    I remember you posting on this site from way back. Although it’s been awhile since I’ve noticed you. Anyway, I remember you were quite ‘radical’ and quite active and out in the open in your community. You were in favor of slavery (for blacks) am I right about that or has your position evolved?

  • StillModerated

    “They’ll say, ‘We don’t hate black people, we just love white people.’
    It doesn’t take a genius to figure out what they’re really saying.”

    No, it just takes a liberal. A self-loathing traitorous educrat liberal.

  • hate is good

    The liberal pc codeword for racist is now officially “hate” or “hater”.They had to tone it down and switch since the r word was getting old and worn.

  • Paleoconn

    KKK = FBI

  • Aaron

    “Mr. Bowles talked to the students about “race wars,” and tried to convince them that America would be at peace if white people would move to the North, black people would move to the South, Jewish people would move to Long Island, and Hispanic people would move to the Southwest.”
    I thought it was politically correct to think that there was racial conflict in this country. Being politically correct must be difficult.

  • jesse finley

    Im so sick and tired of of liberals referring to any right wing conservative groups as “hate” groups…..they are the racist ones.

  • jrotc cadet

    Diversity is not bad. The magnet school i got to is a very nice school. And for the uninformed magnet schools were created to help with integration and are required to have a certain ratio of different kinds of students.

  • Latavia

    I see a lot of white people are going to hell! Can’t get into heaven with hate in your hearts!

  • SmithandSmith

    When they invite Pastor Robb, then we’ll talk about The Klan being allowed to Speak.